Crista Huff says “buy low” on March 10, March 17, April 13 and June 12, 2011. Go look at a Dow chart, then come back and subscribe to!!!

The stock market bottomed on March 16, 2011 — a very normal correction after a run-up. (Remember, stocks do not go straight up. They pause and rest along the way!)

I had been posting about individual stocks on my blog ( while this stock market website was being built. Then we had a market correction, and I urged investors to “buy low” on March 10 (Stocks Are On Sale Today!) and March 17 (Stocks to Buy at Today’s Support Levels).

The rebound began on March 17. The Dow ran up 7.0%, then had another pull-back that bottomed in mid-April. (Again, normal, normal, normal!)  Again I urged investors to buy low on April 13 (Stocks to Buy in the Face of Market Weakness). On April 19, the market began another 5.0% run-up through April 29.

For the third time this year, the stock market had a pull-back during its run-up, bottomed on June 15, and began its rebound. On June 12, I urged you, once again, to “buy low” on my blog (It’s Time to Buy Low in Your Stock Portfolio).  On this website, on June 12, I published Model Growth & Income Portfolio During a Stock Market Correction, so that you would know which stocks you could buy and what prices would represent a “screaming buy”. (The date on that article appears more recent because I update that portfolio with research news applicable to the stocks within the portfolio.)

Okay, so that’s three market corrections this year, three calls to action at the right time and zero calls to action at the wrong time.  You should consider subscribing to this website for good information on stocks, their trading ranges, and encouragement to buy low during market corrections.

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Crista Huff

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